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New Tenders & Toys exhibit at MYS

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Visitors to the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show will discover a new exhibition area devoted entirely to the trendiest luxury tenders and water toys on the market.

The creation of the Tenders & Toys zone at the 2017 show is in response to the yachting industry’s goal to attract a new, younger megayacht clientele. Entertainment is one of the leading criteria in the selection of a yacht to buy or charter with the new generation of megayacht enthusiasts, and a successful charter experience often depends on the diversity of the leisure equipment and water toys available on board.

Located on Quai Antoine 1er, the Tenders & Toys exhibit will display about 15 tenders on two sites, one on the quay (in the extension of the Dutch HISWA pavilion) and the other on the water (opposite the Car Deck and the Starboard).

For more information, visit www.monacoyachtshow.com.

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